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Three more speakers have been confirmed for London Games Conference 2015, which takes place on Thursday November 19th at the Congress Centre in London.
Football blockbuster FIFA 16 has now spent one month in first place in the UK Top 40.
HD remakes of last-gen EA titles now look pretty unlikely.
Rumour has it that a new Force Awakens trailer will be unleashed upon us today, but in the interim there’s another live-action Star Wars trailer to enjoy.
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“I have always wanted to make a sci-fi universe.”
US retail giant Amazon has issued a lawsuit against 1,114 people accused of posting fake product reviews on its website.
Valve has removed its SteamOS icon from a batch of Linux-compatible games on Steam, which has reportedly resulted in Linux players no longer having the option to download said titles.
Microsoft has revealed the PC wireless adapter for Xbox One controllers will release early next week.
Yakuza 5 will launch in the west next month, Sega has confirmed
Come December Nvidia graphics card users will need to sign up to and install the company’s GeForce Experience software to update their graphics drivers.
When the West thinks of the Russian games market, PC and piracy may come to mind. That couldn’t be further from the truth.
Assassin’s Creed is one for the history books.
Mobile gamers looking to show off what they are playing are in luck as YouTube Gaming is introducing streaming for mobile devices.
The first software development kits for Nintendo’s new NX console have been sent out to development partners.
Kiss is once again looking for new games to sign at next month’s Interface.
QA and localisation firm Testronic Laboratories has hired Brett Morris as its new chief exec.
If you work in games retail, you might want to take a deep breath before looking at the release schedule for the next month.
Valve’s PC platform Steam looks to remain out-of-bounds for advertising partners for the foreseeable future.
The brand new rally IP from Milan-based Milestone is now set for a January release.
While still officially a joint project with Square Enix, the RPG sequel to Nier is being developed almost entirely in-house at Platinum Games.
Sports, shooting, mobile – EA is at the top of its game in many genres, but the open-world action genre is one in which it admits it falls short.
CI Games’ Souls-like title Lords of the Fallen is getting a Game of the Year SKU which is set to hit retail in North America this month.
Over the last 14 years, a number of first-person shooters have been proclaimed as ‘Halo killers’.